ASU assistant Sonja Tate honored by About You Magazine

LITTLE ROCK ( - March is Women's History Month, and this year, as we have in the past, we are proud to celebrate the intelligence, ingenuity, tenacity and accomplishments of 12 dynamic women who are changing the world one brave, bold move at a time.


Sonja P. Tate

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach, Arkansas State University

Tate joined the staff at her alma mater, Arkansas State University (ASU), last year. While studying at ASU, she earned a bachelor's degree in physical education and health and a master's degree in physical education.

Previously, Tate played professionally for the Women's National Basketball Association with the Minnesota Lynx as well as internationally on teams in France, Russia and Spain and was a member of the Columbus Quest in the American Basketball League. Tate has been the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year; a member of the Dick Vitale's and Kodak All-American teams; Sports Illustrated Player of the Week; is ASU's first-ever quadruple double and career leading scorer; and was inducted into the ASU Hall of Honor.